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Recognizing Land and all of Living Life As Sacred and Worthy of Protection and Care

Updated: Sep 24

First nations from the Colombian Caribbean are dedicated to protecting sacred land and its biodiversity, trees, wildlife, and plant species

The indigenous communities who live there consider this land to be the "corazon del mundo," the "heart of the world," because of its wide variety of biodiversity and ecological beauty. The four communities who live in the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta are the Arhuaco, the Wiwa, the Kogi and the Kankuamo and all four are dedicated to preserving it as the sacred intact natural environment that it is meant to be.

The Mamos are the Wisdom-Keepers who live within the four tribes and are seen here meditating on sending forth healing to Mother Earth and to all those in need of long-distance healing wherever they are in the world.



Biodiversity - a high priority


Decree 1500/2018, was issued during the presidency of Juan Manuel Santos and seeks the protection of the ancestral territory and sacred spaces, as well as guaranteeing the comprehensive ecological well-being of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Mother Mary and other connected ecosystems to it, to preserve life and contribute to counteracting the challenge of ever accelerating climate change. 

The Four Indigenous Peoples of northeastern in Colombia, accompanied by the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History (ICAHN), the Ministry of Culture, as well as the Ministry of the Interior under the previous presidency of the country, agreed to redefine the ancestral territory of its 348 sites and spaces. as sacred and forever protected. This makes sense because if Colombia wants to conserve its mega-biodiversity, it has to respect the rights of the native peoples that protect it.


The "Mamos", the wise ones of the four towns, made a "call to our brothers to contribute to the protection of all its sacred sites and spaces because in them is the support of the life of the territory and of all Humanity."

There are many species of mammals, amphibians, birds, fish, trees, medicinal plants, many kinds of plants, sacred mountains, unpolluted waterways, and more which call on the global community to be recognized as sacred and worthy of being respected, honored, protected and preserved.


That is why the Global Healing Foundation is committed to publicizing the mission of the Colombian indigenous people not only for their sake but for the sake of the survival of the Earth whom they honor and listen to as their Mother Earth. They are teaching us to give back to Her instead of constantly taking from Her and polluting Her waters. land, and air we all breathe. This is a global mission and requires a global outreach and global response, if we truly care for our children, grandchildren, and future generations.


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FUNDRAISER CONCERT TO HELP THE MAMOS BUY THE REST OF 80 HECTARES OF SACRED LAND WHICH IS EQUIVALENT OF 197,684 ACRES THE GLOBAL HEALING FOUNDATION HAS HELPED THEM BUY HALF OF SO FAR.


WE NEED TO RAISE ANOTHER 30 MILLION COLOMBIAN PESOS WHICH IS A LITTLE MORE THAN $8000.

Here is a scene from that land where a Mamo is sowing seeds and blessing the land as he goes.



Please save the date of October 18 for our fundraiser concert at 7 p.m. EST featuring three sets of musicians. The flyer below has all the details.


Anyone who wishes to join our Global Healing Foundation as a member for $27 will be invited to join our monthly Full Moon meditation as well as to share any of their personal needs for healing. They will be informed of Global Healing Foundation events as they are created..


One of the ways our Foundation has been raising funds for the Mamos is through donations in exchange for their long distance healings. Many friends near and far are giving generously once they are in the process of receiving these healings. Whatever we receive is tax deductible and a letter is sent to you acknowledging your donation.

And all the donated money goes toward helping the indigenous buy back sacred lands.

We have helped them already pay for half of the 80 hectares (more than 197,000 acres) and now we are fundraising for the last $8000. This land will eventually be turned into an Ecological Center. And we wire the payments to the Mamos' own non-profit Fundacion Social Gunnekun and then they send us a confirmation.


DONATIONS AND PAYMENT FOR THE CONCERT TICKET MAY BE SENT TO OUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT OR A CHECK MAY BE SENT WRITTEN TO THE GLOBAL HEALING FOUNDATION AND MAILED TO Global Healing Foundation, c/o Clare Rosenfield

P.O. Box 334 Hartsdale, NY 10530








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c/o Clare Rosenfield

P.O Box # 334

Hartsdale NY 10530

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Mandalas by Allan Rosenfield, M.D. from the book Extraordinary Doodles

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